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Calcium Needs After WLS by Diane S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 12:41pm Calcium is one of the main supplements all bariatric centers require for their post-ops. But just how important is it? If you haven't already read the previous post I did on Vitamins, Medications, and Malabsorption After WLS , take the time to read it now. Calcium plays a very important role in the human body. Being a woman, I pay par ... Read on »
Calcium Tips For Women by Marci L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 14 Aug 2009 5:33pm You probably already know that calcium is important for your body and health. You hear it in the media, on food guides/labels and in your doctors office. When I think of calcium I think of my years as a kid, where I was  constantly told to “drink milk” so I could have strong bones.  And now as I get older and age,  it seems to still be importa ... Read on »
Calcium / Calcis / Coral Calcium Supplements & Products by franklinb Posted Tue 03 Nov 2009 10:01pm Calcium / Calcis / Coral Calcium Supplements & Products Calcium Supplements and products that contain calcium and coral calcium supplements. Calcium Ionic Mineral Supplement, Fully Absorbable, 700 +/- ppm - 16 fl. oz. WaterOz Ionic Calcium is a pure liquid Calcium supplement. Calcium is one of the most ess ... Read on »
Calcium (again) by Pam Tremble Patient Expert Posted Tue 16 Feb 2010 1:09pm I know, I know, I know... I talk about calcium a lot.  Do a search here on my blog and you'll get to read all about it.  But today I'm going to share some pretty pictures and some helpful links.  I promise not to get into the science of calicum on this one.  I often get asked what kind of calcium citrate I take.  My answer is: "I use three ... Read on »
The Different Kinds of Calcium Supplements by Mind Body Spirit .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 07 Jan 2009 4:45pm It's always a challenge to figure out which supplements to take and calcium is no different. There are 3 different types of calcium ( Citrate, Carbonate and Phosphate ) that are usually prescribed by your health practitioner when you are in need of calcium, and the amount often differs depending on your needs. I was told by my Rheumatologist, ... Read on »
Calcium (again) by Pam Tremble Patient Expert Posted Tue 16 Feb 2010 1:09pm I knowI knowI know... I talk about calcium a lot.  Do a search here on my blog and you'll get to read all about it.  But today I'm going to share some pretty pictures and some helpful links.  I promise not to get into the science of calicum on this one.  I often get asked what kind of calcium citrate I take.  My answer is: "I use three differ ... Read on »
Is Your Calcium Supplement Doing Your Body Good? by Cascia T. Posted Fri 14 Aug 2009 10:06pm Most women think about preventing osteoporosis by taking a calcium supplement, but calcium is vital for much more than bone health. Every cell in your body contains calcium. Calcium regulates your heartbeat, helps prevent coronary heart disease and hypertension. Calcium is often used to help the body excrete heavy metals such as lead. ... Read on »
Liquid Calcium Supplements – Top Reasons Why They Are A Better Choice by rajesh moganti Posted Sun 05 Sep 2010 11:59pm Calcium is vital for varied body functions like heart beat regulation, conduction of nerve impulses, blood clotting, stimulation of hormonal secretions and to build as well as maintain best possible bone health. Specialists recommend an adult should ideally get around one thousand or 1200 milligrams calcium daily intake. Though foods are th ... Read on »
How to promote calcium absorption by sweethouse Posted Mon 10 Jun 2013 6:52am   Why lavish meals will "steal" calcium?   High protein diet is the cause of osteoporosis reason. It was done this experiment (A: daily intake of 80 grams of protein, 37 mg of calcium will result in the loss; B: daily intake of 240 grams of protein, 1,400 milligrams of calcium supplementation will result in the loss of 137 mg of calcium. ) cal ... Read on »
Strontium for osteoporosis…if you’ve never heard of it, you will. by The Savvy Sister Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Wed 14 Sep 2011 12:45pm I understand your time is valuable.  If you just have a minute, you can read the  conclusion at the end.                                                                                          First, understand this…   We can’t talk about strontium without first talking about osteoporosis .  Osteoporosis is the thinning and weakening o ... Read on »